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JUOX H. OBEBXT. Editor tnJ Publisher
TaaUtS OV TBS DAILY UULLETIN:
OiaMMbr carrier. Inedvanco 10 00
Om tear trr carrier It not 7ill In
' " A M
TUX DOLLAll WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jeta 8. Oberiy baa reduced the lubscrlp
Horn priee of the Wnnr Cairo bwxwin
to Om Dollar per annua, making It the
chaapwt paper publitieJ in douUiern Iltlnoi
THE JUDICIAL ELECTIONS.
The Judicial elections yesterday remltcd
in tba aleotlon of Lawronce and Scholfleld
to tht luptemo bench. Judgo Crawford
Am 600 majority In Union, 100 in Jackson
and 200 In Williamion. Judgo Duff bai
00 In Saline. No report bai been rt
oelved. from Franklin but It ia believed
that Crawford it elected. Col. Groin hat
been defeated in tlie Shawneetown elr.
TBI Massachusetts legislature J tbe
only ont o( tbe state legislatures now In
Tnr 'Stats Register' tayi ionttor Lo
(as it governor of Illinois dt facto in
other word, "runt" governor Ilovorldge.
Bbxatok Younodlood bai been daih
ing around Mt; Vernon, and dancing at
tendance upon tho lupreme court now in
itiiien at tbat placo.
Only twenty-five million dollari havo
benn lunk in starting dally nowapapcri
dtfUud to abort Uvea, in New York city
in tba lait twenty years.
WHILI New Orleani bai iti cholora
icare, Loultvlllo, Waiblngton and otber
placet are atill suffering tbe ravages of
tmtll-pox and St. Louis carrloa on tba
palm in spinal meningltli, Pittsburg ii
getting rid of iti dozen of people by the
weak from typhoid lover.
. - -
Dj.iT05,Obioliai iu Borgia. In a score
ef years sho bai poiionod seven persons,
and added to ber wickedness by burn
ing barn, an oxbibltion of mean wicked
nest which hiltory don't rocord thu origi
nal Borgia to hare beon guilty of. Tbe
Dayton murderer inoventy yoars of ago,
and it eewribed aa wrinkled, gray, and
TBB ItaU Sunday acliool convention
lately ia ttttloa at Springfield, divided tbe j
atata Into Sunday school diitricta called
tacUoaa. Thl part of tho slate it the alsth
aoction, officered aa follow : Y. L, Thorn
aen, chairman, Cairo ; Geo. FUher, secro
tary, Cairo; John Hood, "W. 1'. llenner,
L. A. Parks, Elbort Easterly, Vain,
Vft hare received a number of the
'Sucker State,' a new paper published at
Ml. Vernon, Illinois, by Iiayea and Morri
son. Mr. Hayes waa formerly editor of tbu
Ml. Vernon 'Free Press,' but was crowded
out by a clique, the mouther of which bo
came angry with him bocauie ho could not
be used. "We with Mr. Uayet succors, and
know ho wlH achieve It If industry and
ability can, give him tuccest ln-lho cllqui-
rWden community of 31 1. Vernon,
Tax 'Backer Stele,' of Mt. Vernon, as
sures ua that Judge Pollock is an educated
gentles en. "We did not say he was not;
but that he St a lawyer we doubt. The
burden of proof is against tho judge, and
the habit he has of getting catot into his
pocket and keoping them there is not
commendable. "We have no doubt Judge
Pollock It a scholar in ono sense of tho
word, but many otbor stupid men alio
bare book learning. Then why should tbo
'flacker State' cruelly call us a "fonillf-
erou tuocotash ? "
Ax Oregon nowtpaper says that Joa
quin Miller wat once chief ot the Modocs,
and that the " dusky maiden " of whom
he slugs In the "Songs oi the Sierras"
was a Modoc squaw, Tbo same paper as
eertt that tbe "gentle Joaquin " while at
the bead ot the Modocs, concolved tbo
plan of attacking and sacking tbe town of
Treka, California. Tbat be did not carry
out hit plan was owing to tho fact tbat
Yrtka was t ctit of gamblers, loafers'
Idlers, all welt armed, who would proba
bly have glttn oven tbe Modocs a ficrco
battle. Tbo Modocs, however, did not like
Joaquin's failure to carry out tho plan, and
he returned to tbe white settlements. All
of tblt it related a., truth by tbo Albany
THE CAPTUKK OK CAPTAIN JACK.
The famous Modoc chief, Captain Jack,
baa been at last captured by tbo troops of
tbe government, and tbe question now
arUea; '(What shall we do with him?"
The ready reply to this question is;
"Eanghlml" and, tbat.raay bo. tbe easiest
way outof the dilemma, lie murdered Can
by In cold blood, has been guilty of many
butcheries and it .unrelenting in his hatred
of the, whites. Looking at the case from
the white stand point he therefore deserves
death. But before ho Is strung tip, should
we. not hear hit aide of tho
question T 11 may have wrongs to set
up in mitigation of the punishment the
popular verdict has pronounced. It; is
poetlblt that ipjuitice, and outragos 'in
JcU4. upon hlm.by the whiles may have
dftrea Mem into rebellion,
TW,.I4n "wondorlul wan. He
kM MfclMHi gallantry of tbu first order,
It Baaj be,clled dwperadoiim, but never
tte.'fie,hu done all that the bravest,
Met Dm, Btt,lfaaciput of mm, a hit po
Hln, f itr,A k Devil though be
.aewetfnalre aim, "d, wt would, if
WW WMa.tel-gu ooekolorum who controls
MA tawKeM in this government, imitate
to irtrasgle the rascal.
A llerlin letter to the New York
'World' assertt that Jlanomft, American
minister to Prussia, is unpopular to tho
last degreo with his country people and
Just at much disliked by tbo court, where
he It "tittorly unnoticed eicpt In tho
'.morest official way.' The reasons for the
unpopularity aro said to be hit disllko.not
to fay jealousy.to have any American ap
proach the imporial circle. Tbls fooling
has on moro than one occasion, led Minis
ter Bancroft into actions altogether un
worthy his position and directly contrary
to what hln poltlon domanded of him.
The '"World s' correspondent relates a cir-
cutnitenco In which Bancroft played n
very ignotuinous part and demonstrated
his unfitness for tho placo ho occuplos.
Hit extreme dislike to havo any Amerl-
cans appear at court except himsolf, liad
prompted him time and again to refine a
presentation to a highly rospectod anil
woalthy American family. Tho persist
c nt neglect impelled thorn finally to ac
cept a presentation at tho handtof the Kn
gllsh legation. The cultured Bancroft
relented tho oflcnio by representing ins
countrymon At of such a character that the
chamberlalnt felt called on to requost the
ladles to leave the ttalace. Hitch an
exhibition of hit petty spite and
Joalonsy shows that Jlancrolt might adorn
some other position than that or minuter
to Prussia with as much credit to himself
and at much comfort t trnvoling Amer
- i. - -
SLOW BUT BU11K.
"Woman i Atnerican Society" ii the
title of a new oook on an always Interest
ing subject, by Mrs. A. O. "Woodson. The
author entertain! rosy riows of the near
approach of tho time when woman will,
"no longer a hopeless pensioner upon
'man's bounty," be reloaaod from that spe
cies of moral slavery which compels her to
"marry tor a shelter and euro lupply ov
'food and clothing," In which good time,
wedlock will be and appoar "no other
'than a sacred and voluntary rolatlon
'that sho assumes toward another." All
this may be and probably is true.
Events show that tho relations of men and
womon aro gradually changing. Kvery
year womon are becoming more self-dependent,
more able to take caro of thorn
selves. All this is a aubjoct of congratula
tion, at much perhaps to that large class
of over-burdened humanity, tbo fathers of
tbo girls of tho period, as to tho girls them
solve. When the daughtora of a family
may learn trados, may turn their attention
to the profeisions or to the various depart
ments of merchandising with as much pro
priety and as Miro prospocts of success as
tho ions, a large "part of tho anxiety
which haunts many households with
grown up but useloss and oxponsiro
daugbtors wilt be unknown. Its cause
will bare Dad. These same daughters
will bare othor and better objects of am
bition than bewildering bonnets and loves
of bats. Something of tho romanco and
tho poesy of life may bo loet, but tho ex
change will bo Mioro profitable and more
satisfactory to buth men and women than
the dull disappointment which too often
waits our mature years and old age, when
woman is regardod as a helpless penslonor
on man's bounty, and a husband the only
rightful and legitimate means of support.
A MUSICAL MOBNKVO.
To those who in tho lore of sloop hold
communion with hor in tho morning,
finding pleasure in tbo nap of innocence
which Is only enjoyablo aftor 5 o'clock
anto meridian, yesterday morning in tho
neighborhood of our virtuous couch was a
memorable epoch. About tbe time wo
wore beginning to enjoy tho nap referred
to our greatest weakness noxt to woiss
beer, butter milk and sour Urout tbo
cruel dog shooters opened their battle
against tbe curs. Bang I ban' would go
those death-dealing guns, nt intervals of
thirty seconds say, and after each discharo
A hideous shriek, n a(;niil.in en
Of some hit canine In liU aony.
Then,- as If aroused into new lifa, tbe pig
sty under our window our good neighbor's
back yard would tend forth a chorus of
abog grunts, wbllo a flock of geose ha ha,
would raipo their voices in not moiouious
noises, and tho chanticleers of tbo neigh
borhood would sound their trumpoti, the
unshot dogs bark doflanco at McIIalo, the
katy-dids monotonously assert that lviity
did, Jaeckel's mocking birds raise thoir
voices musically above tho genoral noise
and confusion thocomo confoundud. At
the moment when the banging of (juris, the
shrieks of dying dogs and tbe larking of
living ones, tbe grunting of our neighbors
hogs and the quacking of bis geeso, tho
crowiqg of cocks, and io forth, was loud
est at that moment of agony, ttinomborof
one of the brass bands oftbls oily passed by
our placo of blissful reft playing the tuno
"When other hearts and Other tnngui"
Their tale of love idii.ll tell
Then You'll remember me."
Indeed and indeed be the vow record
ed' wo will remomber thee, horrible
horn-player gonitis of discord ! l'rorn tho
tables of our memory wo'll blot out all
trival recollections of othor agreeable
things, and thy discords all alone shall
dwell within the book and volume of our
brain unmixed with otber matter1 Wo
havo before beard noises thai challenged
the admiration of tho most fastidious lovor
of the horrible, but that tune
out of that horn, mingling with
tbo noises of dying and otbor dogr,of goese
birds, boys and mosquitoes, was the won
horrible noise that over fell upon our ex
perienced car. If Dante had hoard what
we hoard yesterday morning be might
bavo added a new and most oxquislta hor
ror to his hell j wo wont to bod with boau
tlful black hair, but it is gray now, and
we may truthfully sing after Hyron
Our hair U white.
Hut not Irom fright;
It turn-cd white Iti a tingle iilil
'Twa black as coal
Down in a hole,
nuta uornu noru,
I'javm i.y a noma jioriu.i,
3ldo 11 turn gray,
And now to-day
Of men we're the forloniesi.
Not the shootUl
Our hair utaile Ki)'i
.Mack the dsy '
THE CAIRO DAILY
U'n nti.l I..I.
Iildyou revenue Hie this vk,
To toot your horn
At us forlorn, . ,
Your horrid horn to toot
At tnr Twas brute- ,
Ish thus voiir -I'll'' to ic.-k.
Nelll, oh !
N.'lll. lo I
Our hair If" Km v
Alsck tbe day
To drop down to plain prose, wo never
novor1 1 never' 1 before heard such a
horn; and wo must wo can't resist the
tcmptalton-oxclalm, bogging pardon of
all religiously Inclined persons whom wo
may ihock, d n that horn and the man
who blowed It. May he be blowcd by
all tho blue-bottled flies that hovor around
tho fragrant ilatishter-houies outside the
W 1 1 IT K CO Ii L All 1' ! ;A N 1 NU M 1 1 1 1
N WAl.TKaN, Proiirlclnr,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLKS, OKDAll POSTS
DOOH8, S ASH, BLINDS
Kiirnlihed on abortMt notice.
Commercial avenuo, between Tenth and
K. I) H V A X T ,
Near Twri.ty-txlli Street.
Ohio Lkvkk, CA1KO, ILLS
All kluda oi Lumber, OaV. Poplar, Cy
prew, Walnut, etc., UolUcreit in any pait
01 tne etiy tree oi cuure
(tSTPatronago f-ollcltcd, and satMactlon
IIYLAN1) & SAUKH,
AND DCALXU8 IN
CHOICE FRESH INI EATS
Corner 10th Htrect and Commerelal :tve uu
next door to the Uylaml Kiloon.
11-10 tf. CA1HO, ILLS.
anij rE.ti.i:it in
KlOHTII Strkstt, UTWKN WAaUINOTO.t
Adjolntaa; HI'teahoaaa and Mutiny
Kttep the beet or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I.emb, Sentaiie, eUi.. end are prepared lo nerve
oltltene In lh tnot eoaepiebte manner.
(.Sucvcfoor to James KynaMon,.
uutoiikh ani1 dkalkjl in all klniih of
C'OHNKIt NlNKTKNTII AND l'Orl.AH ijTlt.,
lluya and xlaughtera ouly the best ont I Ji'.
Iioga and Hhccp,' ami In prepared to flll'uuy
demand for fresh moats Itoui one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
f MMIelHANT VIUUKTM
KOH SALE,) KorHele j."oit SALK
' I For B1b 1
VOK SALK.jKorBljSlKOU HALK
Fare from Liviaroot,
Fare from Lokuondhmht
Faro from Olahoow,
Fare from 0,ukynbtown
TO OAIHO, 4 JP
-alTaiJ, Monii Jt Candec Agruli.
l.imcool New-Tnrk Alid PhUndeliihii
exPIK COKIKA0T WITM UNITSb KTATM IHITIIC
Kur Crrjinj; the MtH.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvariia mmaMATioa
VPl'LY TO JOUN O. DALE, Aot
16 Ilrot lwr, New-York, or to
M, II o II p 1 1
Wuhlojtoo Avenue Oetro. Illinois.
Comer Twelfth Mrect and Washington A e
.r. C. HUELS,
Uite of St. Uul,.
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
ill.ANK itOOKHnfeverydesoriptlotKlnne i
iiu nueuioM anil ilisputi'll, All KlllllH ol
nillnK dono at hliort notice, JIIMes, .Mule,
.M?p.Inosand Puriodleala bound mint and
at the lowei-t pomdhle ratlin.
;i)UUtv WOlk. kllrh m llfli'nr.l. ltn..L-a
Fie UookH. Jllsiiks, etc.. litndou ipeeialltv
tl9Xe. Pocket IlfiokH. Kmn li.iuw
PARKER k BLAKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Vater, Beaalua, liaaallae,
tad the celebrated illntntnatiDK
tJBOaa'LOILDINO, COB IlTH 4)T. k COW
Caimo . . . Ihlinnn,
Clfinrlered Mareb II. Iet.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OA1UO
A.' II. SAKKOIU). President;
8. S. TAYLOIl, Vlce-PrcHldeiit;
II. IIYSI.Ol', Secretary and Ticamirer
K. U. CcKNinaum,
J. M. fniiuri.
It. 1 nlLUDlT,
DepoalM nl stay Ai
Asaoaat Haxwlved trass
1MTKKKHT pail on Jpolt- al tba rat ot in
per cent, perannnm, March lit an J B.ttn
tor Int. Interact not withdrawn Is added Imm.
ittatclj to ti e principal of the deposits, tliembt
RiTing inein coiupouou iniereii.
UARHIID WOVIN AKD OUILIiMN MAY
to that mo oaa aua oak dbaw it.
Open atcrj buslnas dy from a.m. lo S p.m.,
uu Miuruer tj'.an lor oaviku iir.ruaiiT.
oni.', rrom a so i o ciock.
aurtf W. UT8I.OI'.TrMurer.
THE U1TY NATIONAL
IA I HO,
I 1.1.1 N OI H
W. P. HAM.IDAY, Hreslder.1;
UKNRI I.. HAl.LIUAY, Vlce l'revl.lSBt
A. H.HAKKOKD, Cannier!
WAI1'kH HVMLOP, A4lia 0liltr
Htaais Tilloi, Koeiat Ii. OeaoianHte,
UlIM h. UiLllD.t, W. P. Uaixiuat,
()o. II. WiiLUMo, Unmix III aD
A. H. airroen.
Kaebaace, Cola atMl llalleet asalna
Boaila Boasiht aad Mold.
HIPOHITa received, and a netl Unklne
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MlM.EK, President.
.1. M. l'nir.l.tfrf. Vlce-l'roMdi'tit.
C'llAti. CL'.nni.s'iiiiam, Cashier.
0OLLF.OTION8 PROMPTLY MA UK.
EXUtUNdK, rotn. bank notee end UaiU-i.
8tte ecurltlen bought and sold,
nlral Allowed aa lime IMpiMlla.
M RS. MoG K E,
On KUtitli Uttert, between Commercial in. I Wt h
nKi" AVrnuea, leaeuv receyio
NEW MILLINER!' GOODS
LATKftT Sl'KlSO AND SUMMKK BTYI.K'S
llenlites a lull line of
tBOirsntTnuTB &c hatb
ITnmmed and untrimmed,
KIlENUII FLOWE11H. KlUUONa, TKIMHt.NUU
or all kindt. Lecea, etc., etc.
Mm. McOee has also a large attortmect f.
Fancy Aiticle, eiich aa
.NECK Tl.a. OLI.AEH, UNDKKHI.kKVKH,
Kt;KUHABUra, KANB.l '
Aud all other articles usually lound In e
Fl UST-CLAS3 MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. MeOce. in addition to her Htock nl
Fattoy and Millinery (ioods, ha.i a line ami
Complete aneortracnt of Cincinnati Custom
made ladles' and Mlses' SIioch and Chll
drenn' Hoobs, Ulack anil in Color. These
unacknowledged to be the finest nnd best
ever In tho market, and tbU in the ouly
lioute the city that makes them a specialty
II. A. 'I'llOlM,
I.. I. Thnms
TIIO.MS it III.OTHKR.
"iilrceor In II. M. Iliilcn.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. IIHOKERS
AND DKAI.KIt.i IN
Slitplo nod I'fincy f.rorerlra,
Foreign and Domestic
1.11 Cniiiiiinivlal Avenue,
CAIRO. - . ILLINOIS.
1 1 E 11 M A X SC I IM ET.STOJtF F
i"iiecPor lo II. Thlclceke. i
llfiih r In .ill Klaila
FAMILY O ROC ERIES
WASHINGTON A V EN UK,
HKTWF.KN TKNTII ANIi KI.ENK.NTII STKKRTs
.llavliiK purchased tho groecry ctabllli
mi'iit ot if; Thlelvoke. I hliall alwayrt keep
on imim u inn iiuu itcMi supiuy ot an ine
oei kuuun in my line, to ue loiiuu in ine
market, lly strict uttentlon to l)Uliic,
and fair dcalluK, I Itopo noUonly to ictalu
all tho custom the plaeo hat enjoyed in tho
iiat, but to add lo tbo 1M many new pa
IroiH. Asking a fair hare of public patron
"fc''. Respectfully, Herman ScmiKTzsroiu- v
Han now on hand all kinds ol
CORD AND STOVK WOOD
For me. Leave orders at
W.M. KLUOK'S STORK,
Corner Sixth and Coiuuteiclai,
Or at coruerol'Twtlltb aud Poplar-
JUNE 4, 1873.
CSaUtHMluM AWb sMtftWABSIIie.
FORWARDINO anh COMMISSION
DEALERS IN Fl OUR;
And Agtsu at
OHIO BlVaa INK KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
COFFEV, PACK k CO.,
A N D
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER A PARKER,
DKALKRS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AO E NTH ob FAIRBANK'S SOALKH
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
CENERAI. COMMISSION MERCHANT
Atld ilfalrr ill
I.imk, Cement, Plahtku, IIaik. Ere.
tStTl will hell In car load lot at lUAnulae
tltrerV pri.:es, adding Irrlght. 4-'J-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
(Muccetsors to K. h. ilendrleas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
AaTS-,, Liberal Adranreroeula mad aaraaat
a)4aa upon Conslgnmeot. eaiV
Are prepared lo receive, atore and torward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on oommlaaion,
MTBuslnose attendel to promptly:
I'R T E R O U II L,
PL OU R MERCHANT
.Vo. WO OHIO UGVKK,
S. I. A VKHri,
K. .L AYKR
A VERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Omo Lkvxk, Cairo, III.
WOOD RITTENHOU8K & BRO
Gioertl ComtntMion Mreliof
113 OHIO LKVEBi
O O jf
at f si o
AND BA li
JOM R ajATBa.
lo Commeroial Avenae,
Deal bread of Oalllo eaOlftarslu reoelsvl.
tilLLIAMD aalooD furnished with the Leal
of tables : aad bar supplied with wluea, liuo
and clifart of tbenest brands.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio. Levee, bet, 4th and 0th streets,
MKALS AT ALL HOUIW.
A tine new Dlnfn- Hall with every eon
venletiee han been added to tbio popular
Ketattrant, and the tcucttn will UuJ rery
reqiiMte lor theiraiTomodatlon.
consist ol every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES &U16AKS
isTMlxe(l ilrinkN prepared with care.
ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER Prop r. j
WMM A art UOOM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Also, kep eoosuntly on hand a mod com
elate atoek of
SOOTOB AaTD IBtHB WHIIBIB
-Q IN H ,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Win i
R. Smith I Co. are alw acentii lor Pnen
(er. Mchav ACn' I'llitlmr.r uu r...ri.
lerKfl stoelt U kept comtantly on' haml at !
EAI. BatTATK AOaJICV.
John J. Harman. Cliav. 'Hirupp
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North cr. olatb Mt. aud Ohio f.a
Solo otithorlied oeents for tlie sale of I. o.
rallrosjd land n Alexander and PnlMk
eountles, of, which there rnmaln a lin.'
niiantity iinaold. emhraelnK some o nS
very best In tho country, 0
feeu-ald, etc'. "t "M, '0M-
U. WINSTON & CO., "
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
U (IBOOND FLOOB) OHIO LIT IB,
Bdt and Sill Real Bmam,
fUHNlSH ABSTBACT8 Ol T1TLB
Ad print OttTtjiaati f JUsda!
tJ jjfcT 4. iTaaaaaaa."
Our Home Adrertiserg.
, And buy your
; t'ar.Taaia atrial aael roasnaerrlisl At.
1 am now prepared to manufacture al
. spring itylss. such a patent leather, niorroco.
buck and call-akin boot. Shoes, with box
toe, cork aad ptimp aolrw, iicutcb bottotns.
and bevel edire or any other style you wish.
1 am uim manufacturing an extra quality
of ladle,' shoes. My material and work
manship are warranted to be of the best. 1
' am determined to not be undersold for tbe
' same quality 01 coods,
Krpalrlnj; ilone neatly and on short
' notler It. .lONSf.
!NKV HOOT AND SHOE STORK
1 .lust opeued
Al ibeNlga ariko BV.lt avOT,
, CoKNSHor Hivr.XTit Stkibt ash Wau-
Wiere I Invite all the eltlreni of Cairo
aud surrounding country to call and eee II
they cannot save money, at I wilt sell Very
low. I have adopted the old motto, "The
itniie renny it wetter man the mow six-
for Klaveala and raplar )4a.,
Itilonnt the public tbat he haaensi(ea tbe
servleea of a Flrst-tla, VTpn makerand
alon PI rxtdoss Horse eheer and Is ready
j to mantlfaetnre and epalr all kinds of wort.
In this trade with np:iir and dlpatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE"
' HBTWBIM WASB' AYEMOB AMD WALMU1
Ii f. H. P. Field larora tne public tbat b be
t. I V E R Y S T A M L E
on tne norlbwHt id of Tenth atraei a aaia
HI HUbl wUl be faralaned with aeee but lb
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publintaay be aeroasmoilated at al
houre of the day and night with eafe team
on the lowest Urn.
Dr. Field asks a ehare ofpubllopatronjjt
and will endeavor to merit it by fair delTu
and strict attention to bind
NEW YORK STOrfE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOMT TABIBTT STOCK IN Til 0ITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Caraer mt attMi
Us eaeat aaa Om
C. O. PATIJClt
WAUCN M AN U FACTOR Y
For Sole t Wholesale or Reuil.
I OOMNU 32D-8TalaT AND OHIO LIVB
BF.MIS, HROWN i CO.,
I AniMTs Home Cotton Mii,i,
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo, tils.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dbaikk- Window Shadi,
Walt. Pahkh, Puhb Whit
Lead, Liksbid Oil -AURORA
Sl-IRITll TtfBPIKTlXI, GtUB
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc, Etc.
Washington avenue and Kloventh street,
Caiko, . . . Illinoi
C. Hftriny wishes the
public to bo informed that ho
hns on hand a Stock of Drv
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in tho Southwest,
and that ho ia determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-day and examine
goods and prices, He will
satisfy you both as to quality